For about 10 milliseconds, I considered turning down ONE's invitation to travel to Ethiopia. Because I had to get shots. I was the little girl screaming and trying to run away while all the other kids stood in the long line snaking through the elementary school cafeteria, dutifully presenting their arms to the nurse for assembly-line immunizations. […]
I have five copies of Gretchen Rubin’s fantastic new book, “Happier At Home,” to give away! (Exciting! I haven’t done a giveaway in a long time.)
Melissa found this smart dice-rolling tip on Pinterest. (Which makes me wonder for the hundredth time if I should get on Pinterest.)
Every hack that reduces ironing should get an immediate pass to the front of the line. I’m satisfied when they’re clean. BUT, I have dealt with the bow problem Heidi mentions, and she offers a brilliant solution
This post is brought to you by Clorox®. Helping you power a bright future for your school. The opinions and ideas expressed here are my own. From an educational perspective, the transition back to school is rather jarring for my daughter. Learning goes from being a kinetic, free-form, exploratory process to a quiet, structured, relatively […]
Hello, friends! It feels wonderful to be back (although I was never gone). Here’s what I have been up to lately.
I wrote this post on the last day of camp, while in the daze and haze of witnessing my girl kindle her passion for music. It was something to behold.